The Packers have lost two games in a row with Aaron Rodgers starting at quarterback, which hasn’t happened since 2010. Green Bay was contained against the Broncos last Sunday, and yesterday, the Panthers held on for a 37-29 win. Multiple players showed their frustrations on the sideline.
Defensive back Ha Ha Clinton-Dix was talking with Julius Peppers when defensive lineman B.J. Raji popped up in between them. Raji directed Clinton-Dix to anywhere else, and shoved him before safety Morgan Burnett guided Clinton-Dix away.
Later, after Rodgers’s fourth-down interception in the end zone, he looked at the replay on a team-issued tablet. He wasn’t good at hiding his thoughts on the pick:
The Packers get the hapless Lions next Sunday. If Rodgers doesn’t throw for 19 touchdowns, only then will there be cause for concern.
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